Featured CompTIA Content

  1. Lisa Bodell To Give Keynote Address At ChannelCon
    8/1/2014

    CompTIA, the IT industry trade association, is set to host its annual ChannelCon, August 4 to 6 in Phoenix. In addition to many panels, sessions, and presentations at the event, it features keynote speaker Lisa Bodell, CEO of futurethink, a research and training firm specializing in helping businesses embrace the change that is a normal part of a company’s progression and to become top innovators in their field.

  2. 6 Reasons ChannelCon Is Different From Other IT Channel Events
    8/1/2014

    Members of the IT Channel are heading to Phoenix for CompTIA’s ChannelCon, August 4-6. Kelly Ricker, senior VP of events and education for CompTIA, points out the event is different from others in the industry — providing different opportunities and benefits for attendees.

  3. CompTIA Study: BYOD Implementation Is Slow, Despite Hype
    6/30/2014

    By now, most businesses have heard the buzz surrounding bring-your-own-device (BYOD) initiatives. However, many of them aren’t buying in. A recent CompTIA survey finds that 51 percent of large enterprise firms don’t allow employees to bring their own devices to work.

  4. “Dream IT” Initiative’s Message To Girls: There Is A Career For You In IT
    6/23/2014

    A team organized by CompTIA’s Advancing Women in IT (AWIT) Community is preparing to reach 10,000 people with this message this year: There is a place for women in IT.

  5. CompTIA Study: Companies Still Struggling To Implement Mobile Solutions
    6/17/2014

    There’s no disputing that enterprise mobility is on the rise, but managing mobile devices remains a major roadblock for many businesses. Organizations have fallen behind in updating their business processes and policies, a recent CompTIA study finds.

  6. Telecom And IT Convergence Creating Opportunities For VARs
    6/11/2014

    IT channel companies are increasing their involvement in telecom by offering customers new services and expanding their engagement with partners. This is according to a study by CompTIA, the ICT Industry Trade Association, and Channel Partners.

  7. Customers Like Managed IT Services — So Why Don’t More Use Them?
    4/4/2014

    CompTIA’s study on managed IT services reveals opportunities for market growth through customer education. The study shows that users of managed IT services are highly satisfied with the services they’re currently receiving, but at the same time, growth in the sector is only modest — CompTIA estimates about 3 in 10 organizations are using some form of managed services. This gap may be due to the fact that organizations and managers are not fully aware of the practical difference between in-house IT services and those that are handled by managed services providers (MSPs).

  8. CompTIA Announces Open Access
    4/2/2014

    “Registered users” can now access CompTIA’s channel education, industry research, news and tools designed to help meet business goals.

  9. CompTIA Study Shows Growing Opportunity To Sell BPA
    3/28/2014

    CompTIA’s study on Business Process Automation (BPA) shows VARs have growing opportunities to provide these solutions. The association conducted an online survey of 500 IT and business professionals in the U.S. about how businesses handle workflow and process, including automation and communication. CompTIA also surveyed 500 IT firms in the U.S. for their insights.

  10. Cloud Computing Study Indicates Challenge Is To Keep Up With Demand
    9/26/2013

    According to CompTIA's 4th Annual Trends in Cloud Computing study, the cloud market is maturing with revenue and profits growing. Along with this good news, however, there is also some evidence that the cloud market is experiencing growing pains.

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